How to take control

Those who control others have low self-esteem and are insecure, therefore it’s important to make sure that we deal with that person in such a way that we won’t lower their self-esteem …

How does one take control from someone who has controlling tendencies?

The following tips may help:

  • Be co-operative with the person who is trying to control you. Show that person that you are a team player and that you’re both equal and should be treated as such;
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31 Mar, 2011

More on eating organic

Once we’ve made a conscious decision to eat organic, perhaps it’s a good idea to try and look for the most economical way of buying organic produce.

Although many people may agree with eating organic, they’re more likely to be put off by the cost of buying weekly organic produce. Of course the drawback is the higher costs incurred by farmers …

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30 Mar, 2011

Should we eat organic?

Although I have touched briefly on my next subject, I thought I would now blog about whether we should eat organic food, because it’s another important topic.

But first a little bit about food. Food can be a tool for having good or dealing with bad health, whether we eat organic or not. Certain foods are better and agree with us, more than other foods …

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29 Mar, 2011

Reminders of my CP

My weekend was filled with thoughts that I need to blog out. Seeing someone’s reflection in the mirror yesterday took me back to my struggling to look at my own reflection in the mirror, whilst growing up.

Over the years I have challenged myself to look in the mirror so I’m not as bad as I used to be. I tend to consciously focus on what I need to look at, so the problem doesn’t bother me. My other thought …

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28 Mar, 2011

Our world

Something inspirational:

Take time to step back and examine your world. Look at the sky at night and look at the stars in the sky. Think about the huge vastness of the known universe and then think about the vastness of the unknown universe. How big do our problems seem now? By looking at a …

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27 Mar, 2011

More on guilt

Never trust guilt, instead act on it. The hardest thing to do is apologise if we do something wrong, but that’s what we should do.

I believe we distinctively know when we’ve done something wrong because we begin to feel bad. Taking responsibility for ourselves and admitting we’re wrong is different to holding on to someone …

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26 Mar, 2011


Guilt is a burden many of us carry like a trunk load, either because of something we’ve done or something someone else has done to us. It’s in our subconscious, it’s something we’re drawn back to, which is often why it’s difficult to let go.

When we carry guilt, the message we must give ourselves is that we should redress the balance, but guilt never goes until we deal with it. There must be a link between guilt and apology and …

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25 Mar, 2011

My guilty feelings

I believe that parents however they raise us as kids, will never get it right one hundred per cent. Being a parent myself, I know I will do okay at some things, but probably not all, but what about those who haven’t had the best input and yet we continue to carry guilt over our parents’ actions?

Yesterday, I talked about the fact that my parents chose to ignore my Cerebral Palsy and in them doing so, it was I that carried the guilt. I also carried guilt for not persevering in school when I found …

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24 Mar, 2011

The remedy Argent Nit

Argent Nit (“Argentum Nitricum”) is derived from a compound of silver called silver nitrate and was used to cauterise wounds.

What is Argent Nitricum used for?

The homeopathic remedy Argent Nit is best suited for those patients who deal with anxiety issues brought about by fear. The patient will have problems such as:

  • Claustrophobia;
  • Stage fright;
  • Anxiety through situations that perhaps they’re not expecting …
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22 Mar, 2011